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Jackie Morlock joined the WTKR news team in March 2013.

She credits her work with the NBC 10 Investigators in Philadelphia as the motivation leading to her on-air broadcasting career. Following a 2007 summer internship at WCAU in Philadelphia, she worked full-time throughout her senior year of college as a researcher and digital content producer for the award-winning NBC 10 investigative team. Much of her job involved researching companies that were the subject of consumer complaints, and even shooting undercover video. In 2009, she earned an Emmy nomination for her undercover work at a nail salon in South Jersey that was using an illegal chemical to apply acrylic nails.

Jackie’s on-air voyage took her 1,900 miles across the country to the Cowboy State of Wyoming where she worked as an anchor/reporter at KCWY, News 13 in Casper. She spent two years shooting and editing her own stories and producing several weekday and weekend newscasts. She also spent two years in Burlington, Vermont solo-anchoring four consecutive hours of morning news at FOX 44/ABC 22.

Being born and raised a Philly girl, she’s happy to be in Hampton Roads living the “city-life” again. She’s also excited to be reporting for NewsChannel 3 where “Taking Action, Getting Results” sums up, exactly, the dedication and follow-through that she gives each and every story.


Recent Articles
  • UPDATE: Teen found guilty of killing 13-year-old Newport News boy

    UPDATE: Kashawn Hines has just been found guilty of malicious wounding and use of a firearm while committing first degree murder.  Newport News, Va. – “Oh [expletive] well he’s dead. I don’t care he got [expletive] shot.” That’s one of the messages Newport News police say 17-year-old Kashawn Hines posted on Facebook after a deadly shooting two years ago. Detectives were heard reading those messages aloud to Hines during a 2012 interview with police. The video of the interview was played […]

  • More lane closures and detours in city of Norfolk

    Norfolk, Va. – Navigating downtown Norfolk just became more painful. An already busy intersection at E. City Hall Avenue and St. Paul’s Boulevard is now decorated with traffic cones and detour signs. And drivers aren’t the only ones suffering. Just ask Hassan Ali who has to navigate his way through detours set up for those on foot. “It’s annoying because of the traffic, I mean look at the traffic that’s built up now,” Ali said. It’s also frustrating for drivers […]

  • Virginia Beach parent worried about suspicious vehicle

    Virginia Beach, Va. – Kevin and Tommy Kerr just found out their middle school classmate and neighbor reported a white vehicle followed her home from her bus stop in their Lake Placid neighborhood. “Yesterday, I was nervous to get off the bus because I really didn’t want anything bad to happen to me,” 11-year-old Kevin said. When the twin boys told their mom, Amber Kerr says she was not happy that Virginia Beach Public School Officials didn’t notify parents. It […]

  • UPDATE: Two arrested after Tuesday night meth bust in Norfolk

    Two people have been arrested and charged after police say they found meth materials inside the detached garage of a Norfolk home on Tuesday night.

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    Mother accused of burning daughter also has burns on body, neighbors say

    A 35-year-old Newport News woman has been charged with malicious wounding and felony child abuse after allegedly burning her 7-year-old daughter as punishment.

  • Ontario man accused of “Sextortion” with Virginia Beach teen

    According to Ontario court documents, Viscomi threatened the 17-year-old online, forcing her to first expose herself and then having her sexually abuse her 13-year-old sister while he watched via web-cam.

  • “It’s a regrettable situation”: Virginia Beach City Treasurer John T. Atkinson charged with DWI

    Virginia Beach City Treasurer, John T. Atkinson, has been charged with DUI, according to Virginia Beach Police.

  • Leon Hayes, 22-year-old Naomi Lambert and 31-year-old Katron Walker

    Parents of man charged in Suffolk businessman’s death say their son is no killer

    Suffolk, Va. – Police have charged 31-year-old Katron Walker in the attempted robbery and shooting of 82-year-old Donald Carter. This development came days after police charged two others for the same crime, 33-year-old Leon Hayes and 22-year-old Naomi Lambert Records and witnesses show the investigation is complicated, filled with threats and police chases. Leon Hayes’ father told NewsChannel 3 that just after the murder, Walker worried Leon Hayes would identify him as the killer. That’s when, according to Hayes’ father, […]

  • Roommate of ODU shooting victim identifies gunman in surveillance video

    Norfolk, Va. – ODU Junior Jerica Carmichael was shot in the back over the weekend near campus. Her roommate, also an Old Dominion student, chose not to show her face or give her name but wanted to take action and share what she witnessed that night. And, because of that Norfolk Police may have a new lead in the case. “When I turned around, literally I’m looking at him,” she says. “He’s on the other side of 43rd with the gun in […]

  • Two charged with killing Suffolk business man previously convicted

    Suffolk, Va. – The two people charged with killing an 82-year-old Suffolk businessman are no strangers to police. According to Suffolk District Court documents, 33-year-old Leon Hayes and 22-year-old Naomi Lambert each have several previous convictions and were on probation at the time of their most recent arrest. Now they’re charged with first degree murder for the death of 82-year-old Donald Carter, the long-time owner of two downtown furniture stores near Franklin and East Washington streets. “He’s gone, he’s not […]

  • Attorneys for Former Governor: Jury’s guilty verdict ‘flawed’

    Defense attorneys now argue the jury’s conviction of Virginia’s Former Governor and First Lady was “flawed.” According to motions filed Thursday in U.S District Court, their attorneys say the government failed to prove Bob McDonnell promised to take official action for former Star Scientific CEO, Jonnie Williams. However, the jury clearly thinks otherwise. “I think we all took it very seriously we didn’t take it for granted what we were called to do,” said Robin Trujillo. Trujillo and 11 other jurors […]

  • Courtesy: Sheila Spittle

    Black bear spotted roaming near Chesapeake school bus stop

    A Chesapeake woman is concerned after spotting a black bear roaming in an area near a school bus stop on Wednesday morning.

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